The “Monex AI Report” is created by Good Moneyger, indicating investment opportunities.
Cyprus’ new role as a FinTech center is highlighted by companies like Radius FinTech.
Cyprus’ institutional evolution: Regtech, fintech and global trade reporting becoming Cypriot FX mainstay
“With all these upcoming regulations, all these continuously updating regulatory frameworks, my personal opinion is that the only way that counterparties and financial institutions can cope with this is by automation and by technology”, says Point Nine’s Andrea Peratitis.
Qiwi Bitcoin Technologies will develop and implement blockchain-based technologies into Qiwi’s payments system.
Cyprus is a global center of institutional regulatory and market infrastructure evolution: In-depth report from Limassol
Cyprus has become a pinnacle of high quality electronic markets prowess and is now attracting dialog from regulatory technology firms with large listed derivatives giants of Chicago, Tier 1 banks of Germany, global execution solutions stalwarts and government leaders alike. FinanceFeeds exclusively details Cyprus’ elevation on the world stage
The coincidentally named STP in Cyprus will likely pave the way toward a future of advanced financial technology for Cyprus
Research: What FinTech and electronic trading firms look for when recruiting senior executives and approaching M&A deals
AIMS International senior executive Torsten Miland looks closely at how the “old” financial institutions are increasingly trying to either acquire these start-ups or actually fund them at an early stage, and what leadership qualities are in high demand within modern electronic trading and FinTech companies
“Regulated firms should make full use of regulatory technology this year” says Thomson Reuters, citing massive changes ahead
“Tthe feedback we are receiving is that beyond just lowering the overall cost of ownership to comply with new regulation like EMIR or MiFID I/II by using a regtech startup, large firms are looking towards improving their compliance quality with 3rd party solutions” – Ron Finberg, Cappitech
Recent M&A deals have been hundreds of millions as massive venues mop up institutional FX firms – not retail client bases for a few million. We examine in great detail what will cause consolidation this year and why it will be much higher up the ecosystem and for very high values, including perspectives from senior industry figures.
ASIC to encourage financial technology development – Firms can test their systems and onboard up to 100 retail clients with no license
“”Fintech and start-up businesses now have more pathways than ever to begin testing the viability of innovative financial services and credit services consumers, before incurring many of the regulatory costs normally associated with running their business,” – John Price, Commissioner, ASIC
Podcast Episode #6 – New CFD rules, multi-asset MetaTrader 5 flexibility and Australia’s client money regulations with Jeff Wilkins
Andrew Saks-McLeod and ThinkLiquidity Managing Director Jeff Wilkins look at Australia’s ruling in which brokers must use their own capital for hedging, ASIC’s comparability with the US regulators, MetaTrader 5 gaining ground and why diversification of risk and asset into new areas is a boon for retail brokers and clients
ASIC has identified some barriers faced by new FX Fintech start-ups seeking to enter the financial services market. These barriers include speed to market and meeting the organisational competence requirements of an Australian Financial Services (AFS) Licensee.
The world’s FinTech and electronic trading capital is about to get stronger as Theresa May clears the way
FinTech and electronic trading innovators need stimulating, and whilst they benefit from working in the most advanced financial city in the world and have a massive talent base on their doorstep, the business environment must be friendly toward them. Prime Minister Theresa May is about to take the dynamism of London even further
Podcast Episode #3 – Senior FX industy figure Ron Finberg on the modernization and technological direction of the financial industry
How can banks modernize themselves? Will the traditional institutions follow the avantgarde electronic trading sector, and which areas are those that are critical in terms of needing more development? Cappitech’s Ron Finberg is a man who knows!
TRAction Fintech’s Quinn Perrott talks to FinanceFeeds about regulatory technology, and what is to come for the FX industry
“What we often see is that the smaller startup brokers are often using a white label and/or authorised representative model. That way the reporting obligation falls on the licence holder, which is generally more established and better prepared to deal with these obligations” – Quinn Perrott, General Manager, TRAction Fintech
Financial technology is vital to the entire FX industry and its various components these days. We take a close look at what are the main considerations at present based on our extensive research
Exclusive: All new institutional FX trading platform launches in Singapore, with key industry figure leading its operations
Joining the institutional FX platform technology rush is newly founded Spark Systems, with former Flextrade, Standard Chartered and Saxo veteran Jason Wang Kee Huat as COO
Matthew Carstens talks to FinanceFeeds about eqlx, the new broker which aims to create greater transparency
“Customers care about their trade and the execution of it first and foremost. That has to do with rejection rates, spreads, and commissions. Just because you deal with a PB doesn’t mean your rejection rates are lower than if you deal through a secondary PB or direct with a market maker” – Matthew Carstens, CEO, eqlx
India’s very first institutional transaction using Blockchain, the database technology which is an integral part of Bitcoin, has taken place today